Ugadi Naivedyam

Ugadi Naivedyam 2010
Ugadi Naivedyam

We have invited couple of our friends for lunch to celebrate the Ugadi festival today. And for the Bhakthi ending with the bhukthi, I have prepared the traditional Ugadi naivedyam:

భక్షాలు (Bobbatlu, Puran Poli)
మామిడికాయ పులిహొర (Mango Pulihora)
ఉల్లిపాయ మరియు ఆలు బజ్జిలు (Bajji)
అన్నము (Sona Masuri Rice)
మామిడి-బీరకాయ పప్పు (Mango-Turai Dal)
బీరకాయ పొడి కుర (Turai with no onion)
ఆలుగడ్డ పొడి కూర (Festival Day Alu Preparation)
భక్షాల చారు (Bhakshala Rasam)
పెరుగు (Yogurt)
అరటి మరియు పియర్ పoడ్లు (Banana and Pear Fruits)

Hope you too had a wonderful day. You know how food tastes so good when shared with others. Would you like to share what you have made for meal today?


23 Responses to “Ugadi Naivedyam”

  1. Mini says:

    Hi Indira,

    Pic reminds me of my home in India. Wish you and your family a very happy New year !

  2. Swathi says:

    Hi Indira,
    Happy Ugadi .We had Nimakaya Pulihora,Potato fry,Tomato Charu,Palakura bhajji,Badam Kheer

  3. DK says:

    beautiful platter Indira 🙂 Happy Ugadi to you and your loved ones 🙂

  4. Srimathi says:

    Very nice of you to share with us your menu Indra. I hope you and your friends feasted on such good food.

  5. arundati says:

    ugadi shubhakankshalu…. we had mango pulihara, bobbatlu, pappu, potato curry and semia payasam :)… the best part is… leftovers for today!!

  6. Sailaja says:

    Ugadi Subhakankshalu, Indira. Our Ugadi menu was Pesarapappu Thotakura Kadala Kootu, Gutti Dondakaya Vepudu, Carrot Masala Vada, Vankaya Mamidikaya Pachadi, Mamidikaya Mukkala Pachadi, Perugu, Annam, Senaga Pappu Bellam Payasam. And our Ugadi Pachadi. 🙂

  7. Ranjan says:

    Everything sounds and looks delicious. Hope you all enjoyed the meal, I must try making puran poli.

  8. Wishing u a very happy ugadi. A Delicious Menu!!!

  9. Padma says:

    Happy Ugadi – Everything looks delicious! I made Pulihora, Dry Potato curry, Alasanda vada and bakshalu….

  10. Usha says:

    Happy Ugadi! I made bhakshalu for Ugadi….

  11. vrinda says:

    Happy Ugadi………

  12. Hi Indira,

    Hope you had a gr8 day. WIsh you a wonderful year ahead!!! I too prepared boli sorry poli. which word is the right one? 🙂


  13. Sara says:

    I am from Karnataka. We make similar foods on Ugadi! I made Mango Rice, Ambde (masala vade), and Oobhatu (Puran Poli). Had some Neem and Jaggery as is the tradition. Happy Ugadi to you too!

  14. subhadra says:

    Happy Ugadi to you Indira.. I made chintapandu pulihora, vadalu and bobbatlu..

  15. Latha says:

    Thanks for sharing your Ugadi lunch, Indira. I’ve posted our lunch in my blog.

  16. Kay says:

    Happy Ugadi, dear Indira!

  17. kumudha says:

    Thank you so much for sharing delicious recipes!

    I made lemon rice, kosumbri, rice-poppy seed payasa(gasagase payasa), pappu, sambar, and sajjappa(sweet)

  18. gayatri says:

    Happy Ugadhi. WE had pulihora, garelu, semia payasam.

    Usually we don’t use onions when it if offered to god.

  19. Indira says:

    Happy Ugadi and thanks friends for sharing your neivedyam with me (us). I felt blessedly stuffed for the past two days.:)

    Arundati: I agree, the leftovers are the best and make the marathon festival cooking experience worth the effort.:)

    Sailaja: Happy Ugadi and you have truly Annapurna’s blessings.:) Its Andhra’s and maa andari adrustamu that we have Sailu’s Kitchen on the web.

    Manju: well, even in Telugu it goes by two names Bhakshalu/Bobbatlu. Like the supreme being, this tasty dish has so many names and I think any name is right one as long as the final product is the same.:) Jai ho to B(p)oli!

  20. Anu says:

    Happy Ugadi to you !!! and naivedyam is appealing as usual….but your goda-Ranganayaka vigrahas are stunning.!!!…

  21. Happy to hear from you Indira…true only the taste matters 🙂

  22. madhavi says:

    wow….wonderful and beautiful website

  23. Priya Banati says:

    Happy Ugadi to you too. Did you make the Ganesha idol?

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